Developers seeking approval for more than 100,000 additional square feet in response to overwhelming demand.
“An excellent level of transparency.” That’s just one of the comments made by industry experts who judged the City’s budgeting work.
June 6, 2013 (West Palm Beach, FL) – In response to customer schedules and requests, the doors at City Hall are now open a bit earlier for those residents needing to pay their utility bills. Beginning this week, the first floor utility department cashiers will be available starting at 7:30am. This is thirty minutes earlier […]
The first Mayor’s Forum on Public Comment attempted to answer the questions: What should the rules be when speaking at a government meeting? Should there be any rules at all, or does a right to free speech trump all?
This week, the City will make public a draft 5 year parking strategic plan for public input.
Come enjoy a Local Drum-Line, Rapper K-Slim, Family Fitness Activities, Expert Guest Speakers on being healthy before, during, and after pregnancy and be part of a drawing for a variety of prizes.
The City holds an open house for five brand new homes ready for move-in.
CHECK OUT THE VIDEO: Volunteers fan out to plant new grasses and plants in order to increase natural habitats and reduce future flooding.
When: Wednesday, May 29 at 9:00am Where: 552 Northwood Road, WPB What: Demolition of an old, abandoned building to make way for a new “larger than life” community open space canvas for local artists. ***MEDIA WISHING TO COVER THE DEMO SHOULD ARRIVE BY 8:45AM (West Palm Beach, FL) -The bulldozers will be toppling walls! The […]
There are four new firefighters on the streets of West Palm Beach today after their graduation ceremony Friday evening.
The Feds need us to stand and be counted…again. The U.S. Census Bureau may contact you sometime this summer.
County admits cities are acting in good faith and raising a legitimate, important legal question.
A 40 foot tall wall now separates neighbors from a plane engine used by a local business.
It’s a battle royale for bragging rights…and to support the Police Athletic League! This Saturday!
Click below for the Mayor’s letter to residents describing her short and long term plans for economic development including the announcement that she has accepted the resignation of the city’s Economic Development Director.
Over the past several months, there have been over a half dozen inquiries from various companies.
Mayor Muoio & Commissioner Robinson help break ground on a unique, new project along the city’s Antique Row.
Small neighborhood restaurant with big plans expected to be first to receive a new city business incentive.
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From SunFest security to the Inspector General, Mayor Muoio answered several question during today’s media briefing.
In a never-before tried effort to encourage business investment in the city’s northwest neighborhoods, a business investment summit will be held Wednesday evening.
Mort Mandel will make a special appearance to talk about his new book.
Someone is about to win a new Toyota Prius!
Monday the City Commission begins the five month process to balance 2013/2014 budget.
City of West Palm Beach crews work to dry out the Great Lawn before tonight’s SunFest activities.
Significant Symbolic Step Taken Along the City’s Economic Development Plan.
New Senior Auditor joins the department.
Domestic partnerships in the City of West Palm Beach are on their way to enjoying a benefit that only two other cities in the nation provide.
Taxable property values projected to rise approximately 2% in the city.
They say there’s no substitute for seeing it with your own eyes, and West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio agrees.
Two nearby schools break the top 100 of public high schools across the country, according to new U.S. News & World Report rankings.